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Title: Disaster Risk Reduction: Fundamental to saving lives and reducing poverty
Authors: Hillier, Debbie
Discipline: Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Politics/History::cooperation
Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Siyaasad/Taariikh::iskaashi
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::POLITICA/STORIA::Cooperazione
Keywords: disasters
food security
disaster risk reduction
drought
masiibooyin
kayd cinno
yaraynta khatarta masiibooyinka
abaar
disastri
sicurezza alimentare
riduzione del rischio di catastrofi
siccità
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2011
Publisher: Oxfam International
Type: article
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro Studi Somali (http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php)
Pages: 7
Abstract: Written in response to the drought in the Horn of Africa, this briefing looks at how Disaster Risk Reduction has as key role to play in analysing, managing and addressing the causal factors of disaster and their impact on men and women. It is proven to be effective and cost effective, yet it is systematically underfunded by donors.
Qoraalkani oo ka jawaabaya abaaraha Geeska Afrika, wuxuu baarayaa habkii lagu yarayn lahaa halista masiibooyinka iyo siyaabaha loo maarayn lahaa sababaha keenay masiibooyinka iyo sida ay u saameeyeen ragga iyo dumarka. Waxaa la muujiyay in uu waxtar leeyahay, sida ay qiyaasayaan deeqbixiyayaasha.
Scritto in risposta alla siccità nel Corno d'Africa, questo briefing esamina come la riduzione del rischio di catastrofi (RRC) ha un ruolo chiave nell'analisi, la gestione dei fattori causali del disastro e il loro impatto su uomini e donne. È dimostrato essere efficace e redditizio, tuttavia è sistematicamente sottostimato dai donatori.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2307/3012
ISBN: 978-1-84814-996-0
Language: en
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